Are you hosting Thanksgiving Dinner this year?

Are you hosting Thanksgiving Dinner this year?

Thanksgiving is a traditional day of giving thanks and enjoying the company of family and friends. For some we carry on traditions our mothers and grandmothers taught us. For others it’s a day to start new traditions or update the old with a modern, new twist.

For many hosts, Thanksgiving will be the biggest event of the year. Celebrate the significance of the occasion by mailing an invitation to guests to attend Thanksgiving Dinner. It is a heart warming way to show loved ones you're planning a special dinner and you want to share this day with them. Plus, it may just become one of your updated Thanksgiving traditions.

In the first picture below we have a layered pocket card with a bold graphic for “Thanksgiving Dinner”. This invitations gets an A+ in my book for elegancy and beauty!

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For a smaller budget or a super quick turn around, it's easy to change some wording around and convert any one of our pre-designed Thanksgiving Cards into an invitation to Thanksgiving Dinner. Browse our pre-designed collection of Thanksgiving Cards at simpleinvitations.com featuring an assortment of tasteful cards.

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To create an invitation catered to your Thanksgiving give the experts at Ann Elizabeth a call and we’ll help you in creating a new tradition at your house!

 

 


3 reasons to consider a Thanksgiving card instead of a Christmas card

"What the heck is a Thanksgiving card?" you might ask. Well, let us explain.

Just like a Christmas or Holiday card, a Thanksgiving card is meant as a token of appreciation to clients, friends and family as the year draws to a close. Thanksgiving cards are mailing in advance of Thanksgiving and feature a seasonal, fall greeting. Whether it be business or personal, the intent of any type of seasonal greeting cards is a reminder to those you care about that they are important. Getting in the habit of including a seasonal card in your yearly routine is key to keeping in touch with your most important peeps.

So, why send a Thanksgiving card instead of a Holiday card? Here are our top 3 reasons:

3: BEAT THE RUSH! Oh sure, it's just early October now but it will be December before you know it. Thanksgiving cards are mailed prior to Thanksgiving, so when everyone else is scrambling you can sit back and relax knowing you've already got it covered!

 

2: STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD. What do you do with the seasonal cards you receive at home or at work? My guess is that you display them somewhere in view. A Thanksgiving card goes the extra mile because it will be a prominent part of that display all the way through the end of November and clear through December. Yeah, baby, that's working it!

 

1: SAVE YOUR CASH! Most companies offer incentives and early bird discounts in October on seasonal cards. Use the discounts to order a Thanksgiving card and put the rest of the cash toward a fun holiday party.

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So whether you decide to send a Thanksgiving card, A Holiday Greeting or even a Happy New Year Card, make sure your card stands out from the estimated 7 billion greeting cards that will be sent this year.* Regardless of the type of card you choose your recipient will surely appreciate the thought that went into the gesture.

Interested in checking out some Thanksgiving cards? Click here to view our easy to order, pre-designed collection.

 

 

*According to the National Greeting Card Association

 

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